IASLT AFFILIATED SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS (SIGs) AND COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE (CoPs)

Special Interest Groups (SIG) are professional communities that focus on specific areas. They allow like-minded professionals share knowledge and resources, address issues affecting service delivery, advocate for professionals and service users, and provide leadership. They are an invaluable source of information and support to speech & language therapists working around the country.
Join a SIG today to connect with other professionals that share your clinical interests, keep up to date with current best practice, interesting courses and study days.

 

Click on the links below for more information about IASLT affiliated groups.

IASLT members can access SIG contact details here.

 

 

Adult Intellectual Disability Special Interest Group

The Adult Intellectual Disability (AID) Special Interest Group (SIG) is a collective of SLTs supporting adults with Intellectual Disability in Ireland. The SIG has been running for over 10 years and seeks to provide support and practical continuous professional development to our members.

 

Deaf/ Hard of Hearing SIG

Updates

 

SLT Autism Special Interest Group

Updates

 

IASLT SEA (Supporting Emotions with Asphasia) Interdisciplinary Community of Practice

Terms of Reference

 

Voice SIG Ireland

Updates

 

Special Interest Group in Stammering

Updates

 

Developmental Language Disorder Special Interest Group

Updates

 

Cleft Special Interest Group

 

 

CJS Special Interest Group

 

 

Mental Health Special Interest Group

 

 

Adult Communication Special Interest Group